Gouffre Berger – L’esprit d’equipe BOOK FOR SALE

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Gouffre Berger – L’esprit d’equipe BOOK FOR SALE

Postby robbieshone » Sep 12, 2014 5:12 am

Gouffre Berger – L’esprit d’equipe

After 4 years of work, the book, Gouffre Berger – L’esprit d’equipe (Team Spirit), will be officially launched and available to buy at this years British Cave Research Association's annual caving conference - Hidden Earth in Leek, England. Written in great detail by experienced caver Mark Wright, this high quality, large format, hard-backed coffee table book features 256 pages of stunning photographs of this fantastic cave system by award winning photographer Robbie Shone and a team of dedicated assistants. As well as providing a history of the cave’s original exploration it also contains valuable information for those thinking of organizing their own summer expedition.
Since 2010 the project has seen 7 photographic expeditions to the Berger as well as a number of other visits to help with the large international expeditions organized by local members of the FFS to clean up the cave.

ALL PROFITS from the sale of the book will support the work of the GHAR PARAU FOUNDATION and the NICOLA ASSOCIATION.

The book has a cover price of £40.00, reflecting the quality of the publication and the considerable efforts of a large number of people, both in the UK and France, it is published with both English and French text.

The book is now available to pre-order (pre-pay) via the dedicated website http://www.gouffreberger.org at a discounted price of £35.00 for the first 500 copies, which will come in a limited edition presentation slipcase.

To save on postage (those of you that are attending) can collect the book from Hidden Earth, or failing that, please contact Mark Wright through the website and he will send you a link to pay. To discuss bulk orders or orders outside of the UK, again contact Mark through the website before you place your order.

Whether you are a past visitor to the Berger or have only heard about its significance in caving history, we hope you will share in the Team Spirit of supporting cavers into the future and purchase a copy.

Many thanks,

Robbie Shone :bananabat:
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